Review 2.6: 911: Call Me If You Can

Author: Lark Noah
Description: “My name is Michael Clayton. And I was kidnapped.” What will you do? Each choice matters. Save his life. Or kill him.

Ok, so Himawari’s been saving the day in this great thriller full of life or death decisions (ok, I admit that I may have made some more…foolish decisions from time to time). You’re free to design your own character and then you start playing as a 911-dispatcher. You get a call from someone called Michael Clayton and this call turns your whole life upside down! Not only is Michael kidnapped and the call untraceable, the kidnapper even seems to know pretty much everything about you, including your mobile phone number. Being stalked and given assignments by the kidnapper, will you be able to save Michael and catch the culprit?

First of all, I’d like to give a round of applause to this author. The story is great, the choices are meaningful and the directing is nearly perfect. It’s a great thriller and as a reader the choices given really make you feel the suspense even more and it gets you even more engrossed into the story. I can barely find anything that needs improvement, I only noticed that from time to time the speechbubbles aren’t really neatly placed, but it is not disturbing and the tails do point the right directions.

Up for some great suspense and case-solving? Read this story if you can and don’t forget to recommend it if you liked it 😊!